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BPOC Graduation ceremony presentation of colors
BPOC graduates
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SkillsUSA group photo FLC 2023
SkillsUSA group photo FLC 2023
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Partners in Progress

Oklahoma ACTE Partners in Progress is an annual celebration to honor business and industry partners who work one-on-one with our Oklahoma CareerTech technology center districts. Each partner is recognized for their commitment to our technology centers and students.

Moore Norman Technology Center is pleased to highlight our impactful collaboration with Cleveland County, Oklahoma. This dynamic partnership has shaped Moore Norman’s Basic Peace Officer Certification (BPOC), Law Enforcement Driver Training (LEDT), and Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) training and has enabled MNTC to address critical workforce needs quickly and effectively within our communities.

Continue Reading about Cleveland County Recognized as MNTC 2024 Partner in Progress.
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MNTC health programs host a spring blood drive, Stand Tall and Donate, next month. Schedule your appointment for Wednesday, March 13 between 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. for the opportunity to help saves lives!

Health program instructors and students are actively involved in preparing for the event as a way to give back to the community. Everyone is encouraged to donate, but anyone under the age of 18 must provide a completed permission form before donating. Forms are available to download from the Health Career Program page. The forms can also be picked up from the Health Library upstairs in the health building, south Admin Building, and career program offices. The blood drive will be located in the health building room H202. Donors will receive a Stand Tall t-shirt and one free entry to OKC ZOO.

Continue Reading about Moore Norman Technology Center Hosts Spring Blood Drive, March 13.
MNTC EMT graduate, Jordan Yanch

Jordan Yanch moved with her family from Canada to Oklahoma in 2015. She currently works part-time as a paramedic for the OKC 911 system, and full-time in Nuclear Medicine stress testing across the entire United States. Jordan received her EMT training from Moore Norman Technology Center in 2019, kickstarting her rewarding career.

Working in EMS wasn’t always part of Jordan’s plan. She completed her program with very minimal time and a limited cost investment and began work first as an EMT, then a paramedic. She decided to pursue Nuclear Medicine on a whim – inspired by the opportunity to travel more, a passion of hers, while still granting her the opportunity to provide thoughtful, compassionate care to the patients she interacts with. 


Continue Reading about EMT Graduate Credits Moore Norman Technology Center for a Career Path to Love

Aviation Program Opens at Moore Norman Technology Center

Oklahoma CareerTech: Manufacturing a Workforce Starts Early

Film Set Ready interview with MNTC adjunct Jordan Wilson






“Preparing for success, changing lives, building better tomorrows.”


Moore Norman Technology Center is recognized as the first choice for workforce development and training, committed to providing an outstanding educational experience for every student and client.

Core Values

  • Accountability
  • Data-Driven
  • Valuing People
  • Continual Improvement
  • Collaboration


Of MNTC Workforce & Economic Development clients surveyed would use our services again.

One hundred percent of MNTC Workforce & Economic Development clients surveyed said they would use our services again and would recommend our services to other businesses.


Graduates were employed or continued their education.

Career and technical education (CTE) through Moore Norman prepares graduates with industry training, curriculum rigor, and employability skills that provide options for them to take employment,
start a college degree program, or both.


Oklahoma CareerTech graduates add more than $3.5 billion annually to the state's economy.

Cost-Benefit Analysis of CareerTech Career Majors - Lifetime Income Gains and the Impact on the Oklahoma Economy. A study prepared by Mark C. Snead, Ph.D.